Geert J. Verhoeven

PhD Archaeology


Curriculum vitae



University of Vienna

Franz-Klein-Gasse 1
Room A5.04 (5th floor)
1190 Vienna
Austria



The Potenza Valley Survey


Fact sheet

Project leader: Frank Vermeulen
Funding body:  Mainly Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO)
Funding scheme:  -
Start & end: 2000 to 2020
Contribution: archaeological field survey, aerial reconnaissance (crewed and uncrewed), topographic surveying, aerial image interpretation, artefact processing, artefact and fieldwork photography, support geophysical surveys, data management, project website, project database, graphical work, paper writing (during the entire period at least one month/year in Italy)

Publications


Taking vegetation marks into the next dimension: Mapping the hilltop settlement of Montarice (central Adriatic Italy) by a multi-dimensional analysis of aerial imagery


Geert J. Verhoeven, Frank Vermeulen, Devi Taelman, Lieven Verdonck

Archeologia Aerea. Studi di Aerotopografia Archeologica, vol. 11, 2019, pp. 79-84


BRDF and its Impact on Aerial Archaeological Photography


Geert J. Verhoeven

Archaeological Prospection, vol. 24(2), 2017, pp. 133-140


Mesh Is More—Using All Geometric Dimensions for the Archaeological Analysis and Interpretative Mapping of 3D Surfaces


Geert Julien Joanna Verhoeven

Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, vol. 24, 2017, pp. 999-1033


Engaging with the Canopy: Multi-Dimensional Vegetation Mark Visualisation Using Archived Aerial Images


Geert J. Verhoeven, Frank Vermeulen

Remote Sensing, vol. 8(9), 2016, p. 752


Rethinking the Spectrum – The Digital (R)Evolution in Archaeological Aerial Reconnaissance


Geert J. Verhoeven

University of Cambridge Museum of Classical Archaeology Monographs (2), Paul Johnson, Martin Millett, Archaeological survey and the city, chapter 4, Oxbow Books, Oxford, 2012, pp. 45-67


Near-Infrared Aerial Crop Mark Archaeology: From its Historical Use to Current Digital Implementations


Geert J. Verhoeven

Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, vol. 19(1), 2012, pp. 132-160


Balancing on the Borderline – a Low-cost Approach to Visualize the Red-edge Shift for the Benefit of Aerial Archaeology


Geert J. Verhoeven, Michael Doneus

Archaeological Prospection, vol. 18, 2011, pp. 267-278


It's all about the format –unleashing the power of RAW aerial photography


Geert J. Verhoeven

International Journal of Remote Sensing, vol. 31(8), 2010, pp. 2009-2042


An attempt to push back frontiers – digital near-ultraviolet aerial archaeology


Geert J. Verhoeven, Klaus D. Schmitt

Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 37(4), 2010, pp. 833-845


Helikite aerial photography - a versatile means of unmanned, radio controlled, low-altitude aerial archaeology


Geert J. Verhoeven, Jo Loenders, Frank Vermeulen, Roald Docter

Archaeological Prospection, vol. 16(2), 2009, pp. 125-138


Spectral Characterization of a Digital Still Camera's NIR Modification to Enhance Archaeological Observation


Geert J. Verhoeven, P.F Smet, Dirk Poelman, Frank Vermeulen

IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol. 47(10), 2009, pp. 3456-3468


Investigating the Impact of Roman Urbanisation on the Landscape of the Potenza Valley


Frank Vermeulen, Morgan De Dapper, Branco Mušič, Patrick Monsieur, Hélène Verreyke, Fransesca Carboni, Sophie Dralans, Geert J. Verhoeven, Lieven Verdonck, Sophie Hay, M. Sterry, Paul De Paepe, Sarah De Seranno

BABesch - Bulletin Antieke Beschaving, vol. 84, 2009, pp. 85-110


Exploring the Edges of the Unseen: an Attempt to Digital Aerial UV Photography


Geert J. Verhoeven

Rosa Lasaponara, Nicola Masini, Remote Sensing for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management. Proceedings of the 1st International EARSeL Workshop, Arracne, Rome, 2008, pp. 79-83


Imaging the invisible using modified digital still cameras for straightforward and low-cost archaeological near-infrared photography


Geert J. Verhoeven

Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 35(12), 2008, pp. 3087-3100


Becoming a NIR-sensitive aerial archaeologist


Geert J. Verhoeven

Proceedings of SPIE, Christopher M. U. Neale, Manfred Owe, Guido D'Urso, Proceedings of Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology IX, vol. 6742, SPIE, Bellingham, 2007, pp. 67420Y


Looking through Black-Tinted Glasses – A Remotely Controlled Infrared Eye in the Sky


Geert J. Verhoeven, Jo Loenders

BAR international series 1568, Stefano Campana, Maurizio Forte, From Space to Place. 2nd International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop, CNR, Rome, Italy, December 4-7, 2006, Archaeopress, Oxford, 2006, pp. 73-79


Potentia: an Integrated Survey of a Roman Colony on the Adriatic Coast


Frank Vermeulen, Sophie Hay, Geert J. Verhoeven

Papers of the British School at Rome, vol. 74, 2006, pp. 203-236


Nuova luce sulle città romane nella valle del Potenza


Frank Vermeulen, Geert J. Verhoeven

Edvige Percossi Serenelli, Gaia Pignocchi, Frank Vermeulen, I siti archeologici della Vallata del Potenza, il lavoro editoriale, Ancona, 2006, pp. 91-100


An Integrated Survey of Roman Urbanization at Potentia, Central Italy


Frank Vermeulen, Geert J. Verhoeven

Journal of Field Archaeology, vol. 31(4), 2006, pp. 395-410


Catalogazione dei siti archeologici


Frank Vermeulen, Hélène Verreyke, Geert J. Verhoeven, Catharina Boullart, Patrick Monsieur, Debby van Den Bergh, Sophie Dralans, Lieven Verdonck

Edvige Percossi Serenelli, Gaia Pignocchi, Frank Vermeulen, I siti archeologici della Vallata del Potenza, il lavoro editoriale, Ancona, 2006, pp. 101-220


The Potenza Valley Survey: Preliminary Report on Field Campaign 2003


Frank Vermeulen, Patrick Monsieur, Catharina Boullart, Hélène Verreyke, Geert J. Verhoeven, Morgan De Dapper, Tanja Goethals, Rudi Goossens, Beata-Maria de Vliegher

BABesch - Bulletin Antieke Beschaving, vol. 80, 2005, pp. 33-63


The Integration of Aerial Photography and GIS in the Potenza Valley Survey


Frank Vermeulen, Geert J. Verhoeven, Jacques Semey

Archaeological Reports Ghent University 4, Jean Bourgeois, Marc Meganck, Aerial Photography and Archaeology 2003. A Century of Information. Papers Presented During the Conference Held at the Ghent University. December 10th-12th, 2003, Academia Press, Ghent, 2005, pp. 371-382


Van opgraving tot voorspelling: de archeologische toepassingen van GIS


Geert J. Verhoeven

Studiedag Cartografie en GIS. Nieuwe technieken ten dienste van de archeologie, Gent, 2004, pp. 20-35


Oblique Aerial Photography in a GIS Environment for Geo-archaeological Research. A Case Study: The Potenza Valley Survey


Geert J. Verhoeven, Beata-Maria De Vliegher

Rudi Goossens, Remote Sensing in Transition. Proceedings of the 23rd Symposium of the European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories, Millpress, Rotterdam, 2004, pp. 427-434


The Potenza Valley Survey: Towards an Explanation of the Settlement Patterns through the Combined Use of GIS and Different Survey Techniques


Geert Julien Joanna Verhoeven, Frank Vermeulen

BAR international series 1227, Magistrat der Stadt Wien – Refereat Kulturelles Erbe – Stadtarchäologie Wien, [Enter the past]. The E-way into the Four Dimensions of Cultural Heritage. CAA 2003. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Proceedings of the 31st Conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2003, vol. 1227, Archaeopress, Oxford, 2004, pp. 312-316


The Contribution of Aerial Photography and Field Survey to the Study of Urbanization in the Potenza Valley (Picenum)


Frank Vermeulen, Geert J. Verhoeven

Journal of Roman Archaeology, vol. 17, 2004, pp. 57-82


The Potenza Valley Survey. A GIS Analysis of the First Field Campaign


Geert J. Verhoeven

AMFM-GIS BeLux News, vol. 27, 2003, pp. 20-24


The Potenza Valley Survey: Preliminary Report on Field Campaign 2002


Frank Vermeulen, Morgan De Dapper, Philippe Crombé, Beata-Maria de Vliegher, Patrick Monsieur, Catharina Boullart, Tanja Goethals, Hélène Verreyke, Geert J. Verhoeven, Izabel Devriendt, Griet Vanheddeghem, Jacques Semey

BABesch - Bulletin Antieke Beschaving, vol. 78, 2003, pp. 71-106





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